Wangz Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

231 Outram Road, Singapore, 169040, Singapore
Wangz Hotel
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  • Solo81
  • Business91

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Forum Posts

Drinks at hawker centres.

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi, can anyone tell me if drinks are available at hawker centres, i.e, beer and wine. If so what are the prices like.
Tricky Dicky

Re: Drinks at hawker centres.

by mim95

I'm pretty sure you can find beer at a hawker center. Should be cheaper than a more formal restaurant. Somebody else may be able to help you with wine.

Re: Drinks at hawker centres.

by baldurontour

Beer definitely! Wine, will depend on which hawker centre. In some hawker centres you can even get cocktails with alcohol. Honestly speaking, if I were back in Singapore, I would prefer drinking all the available fresh juices, which you can't get back home...

Re: Drinks at hawker centres.

by stevemt

As the previous posters said beer is definatly available and cheap as well. I personally have never seen wine to be available

Re: Drinks at hawker centres.

by christabal

Yes beers are aplenty at hawker centres but not so wine. Prices are significantly cheaper compared to pubs and hotel lounges although there are some cheaper versions during happy hours which runs from 4 pm until 8 or 9pm.

Hawker centre prices are around S$7 per large bottle ( around 650 ml - makes 2 mugs).

Re: Drinks at hawker centres.

by 3k-travel

If you want to drink cheap beer, better buy a pack of 3 cans from the duty free at the airport. some thai beer will cost u S$3 to 4 at 7-eleven.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Drinking from a coconut.

by SWFC_Fan

At just S$1 (0.40 GBP / 0.60 Euros), coconuts are excellent value!

I bought a coconut from a street seller in "Little India", who proceeded to cut out a hollow in the top with a little axe and gave me a straw with which to drink the coconut milk.

Once you've finished drinking the milk, you can take the coconut back to the seller and he will hack it to pieces allowing you to eat the actual coconut.

A refreshing drink and a snack - and all for just S$1.


by yuet29

Almost all of the Indian in Singapore can understand and speak english, but their mother tounge is Tamil. There are also some with malay mother tounge.

Tamil are widely spoken in South India and below listed some common vocab. Just to share these words since I am taking basic Tamil class in school..

vanakkam - Hello/good morning/good afternoon/good evening/good night..
nanri- thank you
ama- yes
illai- no
itu enna velli- this one how much
en- me
nan- I
un- your
ni- you
venum- want
ventum- dont want
teriyum- know
teriyatu- dont know
enakku koli coru venum- to me, chicken rice wanted (weird right? there is not 'I want chicken rice' in Tamil)

After a semester of classes, I found that Tamil is a very hard to learn language, harder than english, chinese or malay at least. There are different word for I eat, you eat, she eats,he eats, it eats, they eat... the categories involved are more than in english he/she/it and I/ you/we/they.

Fine for everything - almost

by vec

Singapore is known as a country where you can get a fine for almost anything, like not flushing the toilet, being in possession of a chewing gum or not crossing the street on the right place. And it's signs everywhere reminding you about what to not do.

If eating something in the subway, you might have to pay 500 SGD which is quite much(about 290 USD). But I was though suprised to see that it's just not allowed to bring the Singaporean favourite fruit Durian, it's at least no fine for bringing this smelly but tasty fruit.

Hari Raya Puasa

by imstress

Hari Raya Puasa is celebrated by the Muslims community to mark the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

The festival will begins with morning prayers in the mosque and followed by a thanksgiving feast.

Head for Geylang Serai to share the joy and atmosphere of this festive season.

Sea Sports Club

by Rachelynn

If you like the sun, sea and sand, you are in the right place! The sea sports clubs located at East Coast, Kallang, Pasir Ris & Changi are your answers to some fun at the sea!

From kayaking to fun boat sailin, these sea sports clubs are fully equip with the professional staff and equipments.

However if you are reading before your trip, pls remember to bring along your certificates for safety purposes.

I been to the one at Changi Sea Sports Club and it was pretty cool. My friends and i did kayaking. Without his recommendation, i didn't even know such sea sports clubs excst in Singapore!


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